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P. P. Bliss

P. P. Bliss
Philip Paul Bliss
Short Name: P. P. Bliss
Full Name: Bliss, P. P. (Philip Paul), 1838-1876
Birth Year: 1838
Death Year: 1876

Bliss, Philip, b. at Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, July 9, 1838. In 1864 he went to Chicago in the employ of Dr. George F. Root, the musician, where he was engaged in conducting musical Institutes, and in composing Sunday School melodies. Originally a Methodist, he became, about 1871, a choirman of the First Congregational Church, Chicago, and the Superintendent of its Sunday Schools. In 1874 he joined D. W. Whittle in evangelical work. To this cause he gave (although a poor man) the royalty of his Gospel Songs, which was worth some thirty thousand dollars. His death was sudden. It occurred in the railway disaster at Ashtabula, Ohio, Dec. 30, 1876. He had escaped from the car, but lost his life in trying to save his wife. His hymns are numerous. Some of his verses have obtained wide popularity in most English-speaking countries. The more widely known, and specially those which are found in collections in use in G. Britain, are in the following American works:—

      i. The Prize, 1870.

    1. I should like to die. Death anticipated. This is one of his earliest compositions, and is unworthy of the position it holds.
    2. Through the valley of the shadow I must go. Death anticipated.
    3. Whosoever heareth, shout, shout the sound. Jesus the Way. Written during the winter of 1869-70 after hearing Mr. H. Moorhouse (from England) preach on St. John iii. 16.

      ii. The Charm, 1871.

    4. Almost persuaded now to believe. Procrastination. This was suggested by the following passage in a sermon by the Rev. Mr. Brundnge, Bliss being present at its delivery:—" He who is almost persuaded is almost saved, but to be almost saved is to be entirely lost."
    5. Ho! my comrades! see the signal. Faithfulness.
    6. O! Jerusalem, the golden city, bright, &c. Heaven.
    7. On what Foundation do [did] you build? Christ the Foundation.

      iii. The Song Tree, 1872.

    8. Light in the darkness, sailor, day is at hand. Safety. This hymn, “The Life-Boat," has attained to great popularity. The incident upon which it is based, that of the rescue of a ship's crew by a life-boat, is given in detail by Mr. Sankey in his Sacred Songs, &c, No. 99 (large ed.). It is sometimes known by its refrain, "Pull for the shore," &c.

      iv. The Joy, 1873.

    9. In me ye may have peace. Peace.
    10. To die is gain. Death anticipated.

      v. Sunshine, 1873.

    11. Down life's dark vale we wander. Death anticipated.
    12. More holiness give me. For Holiness.
    13. Only an armour-bearer. Soldiers of the Cross.
    14. Standing by a purpose true. Faithfulness.
    15. This loving Saviour stands patiently. Invitation.

      vi. Gospel Songs, 1874.

    16. A long time I wandered. Peace and Joy.
    17. Brightly beams our Father's mercy. Mercy.
    18. Come, brethren, as we march along. Praise.
    19. Free from the law, O happy condition. Redemption.
    20. Have you on the Lord believed? Fullness of Grace. This hymn arose out of the following circumstances :—" A vast fortune was left in the hands of a minister for one of his poor parishioners. Fearing that it might be sqmandered if suddenly bestowed upon him, the wise minister sent him a little at a time, with a note saying, “This is thine; use it wisely; there is more to follow.” Hence also the refrain ‘More to follow,’ by which the hymn is known."
    21. How much owest thou? Divine Claims.

    22. I know not the hour when my Lord will come. Death anticipated. Suggested by reading the book, The Gates Ajar.
    23. See the gentle Shepherd standing. The Good Shepherd.
    24. Though the way be sometimes dreary. Divine Leading.
    25. Will you meet me at the fountain? Fountain of Living Water. The incident out of which this hymn arose is thus stated in The Christian, No. 365, "At the Industrial Exposition at Chicago it was an everyday appointment to meet at the Central Fountain. Mr. P. P. Bliss, whose mind seemed always set on things above, caught up the words, and wrote this hymn, 'Meet me at the Fountain.'"

      vii. Gospel Hymns, No. 1, 1875.

    26. One offer of salvation. The Name of Jesus.
    27. Wandering afar from the dwellings of men. The Lepers.

      viii. The International Lesson Monthly, 1875.

    28. Weary gleaner, whence comest thou? Duty.
    29. The whole world was lost in the darkness of Sin. Light of the world.
    30. Man of sorrows! what a name. Redemption.
    31. The Spirit, O sinner, in mercy doth move. Holy Spirit.

      ix. Gospel Hymns, No. 2, 1876.

    32. At the feet of Jesus. The good choice.
    33. Come, sing the Gospel's joyful sound. Salvation.
    34. Cut it down, cut it down. Justice and Mercy.
    35. Do you see the Hebrew captive? Prayer.
    36. Hallelujah, He is risen. Easier. Written in the spring of 1876 and first sung by Bliss on Easter afternoon, 1876, in the Court House Square, Augusta, Georgia, to 5900 people.
    37. In Zion's rock abiding. Safety.
    38. Repeat the story o'er and o'er. Grace and Peace.
    39. Tenderly the Shepherd. The Good Shepherd.

      x. Gospel Hymns, No. 3, 1878.

    40. Hear ye the glad good news from heaven. Faith and Salvation.
    41. I will sing of my Redeemer. Praise.

      xi. Gospel Hymns, No. 4, 1881.

    42. 'Tis known on earth and heaven too. More about Jesus.

      xii. Various.

    43. Sing over again to me. Words of Life. This appeared in a paper entitled Words of Life, 1874, The following are undated:—
    44. March to the battle-field. Duty and Victory.
    45. There is sin in the camp. Hinderances.
    46. 'Tis the promise of God. Praise.
    47. While the silvery moon-beams, fall, New Birth.
    48. God is always near me. Omnipresence.

Two hymns," I am so glad that our Father in heaven," and " Sowing the seed by the daylight [dawnlight] fair," (sometimes given as " Sowing our seed in the morning fair ") are usually attributed to Mr. Bliss. In his Gospel Songs, Cincinnati, 1874, however, he lays claim to the music only. Mr. Sankey attributes this last to "E. A. Oakey." With the exception of No. 48, these hymns are given in Mr. Sankey's Sacred Songs & Solos, Pts. i. and ii. Their popularity is far beyond their literary merits, and is mainly due to the simple melodies to which they are wedded. As a writer of hymns of this class Mr. Bliss is second only to Mrs. Van Alstyne. Many anecdotes concerning hymns of this class are given in American Evangelists; an Account of their work in England and America, by the Rev. Elias Nason, Boston, U.S., Lathrop & Co., 1877.
Mr. Bliss is usually known as "P. P. Bliss." This is found on the title-pages of his collections. On his own authority, however, we are enabled to say that his name originally stood thus : “Philipp Bliss.” Early in life he separated the final p from his Christian name, constituted it a capital P, and thus produced "P. P. Bliss." (For this article we are mainly indebted to Professor F. M. Bird, and Mr. H. P. Main.)

-John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

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Bliss, Philip , p. 151, i. "Sowing the seed by the daylight fair" is in the Family Treasury , Edinburgh, 1861, pt. i., p. 84. It is said to be by Miss Emily Sullivan Oakey; born at Albany, N. York, Oct. 8, 1829, died May 11, 1883. Note also that Bliss's hymn, No. 43. on p. 150, ii., should read, "Sing them over again to me."

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)

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Bliss, P., p. 150, i. Two works have been brought to our notice, since the issue of our first edition of this Dictionary, which concern this author, viz.:—
1. Memoirs of Philip P. Bliss. Edited by D. W. Whittle. Contributions by Rev. E. P. Goodwin, Ira D. Sankey, and Geo. F. Root. Introduction by D. L. Moody. New York, &c.: A. S. Barnes & Co., 1877.
2. My Life and Sacred Songs. By Ira D. Sankey. With an Introduction by Theodore L. Cuyler, D.D). London: Hodder & Stoughton, and Morgan & Scott, 1906.
These works have a special interest for those who use I. D. Sankey's Sacred Songs & Solos, and all of P. Bliss's publications. To Mr. Sankey's My Life, &c, we direct special attention for P. Bliss's hymns:—
“Do you see the Hebrew captive kneeling?" p. 294.
"Down life's dark vale we wander." p. 285.
"Ho! my comrades, see the signal." p. 105.
"'Tis the promise of God full salvation to give." p. 99.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)


Texts by P. P. Bliss (276)sort iconAsInstances
I walked thro' the woodland meadowsP. B. (Author)1
神的兒子從天至,(Shén de érzi cóng tiān zhì,)Philip P. Bliss (Author)2
A long time I wandered in darkness and sinP. P. Bliss (Author)6
A song bursts from the starryPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Al verden fortabt var i moerke og moedPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Almost persuaded now to believe, Christ receiveP. P. Bliss (Author)1
"Almost persuaded" now to believe; "Almost persuaded" Christ to receivePhilip P. Bliss, 1838-1876 (Author)606
"Ane e huli" a lele pauPhilip P. Bliss, 1838-1876 (Author)3
Another week is past, anotherPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Arise, go over Jordan, the voice of grace obeyP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Arise, go over Jordayn the voice of grace obeyP. P. B. (Author)2
Ask, and it shall be given theePhilip P. Bliss (Author)4
Ask, and it shall be given youPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
At the feet of Jesus, Listening to his wordPhilip P. Bliss (Author)10
Be near, O God, to meP. P. Bliss (Author)4
Behold the love of God, wondrousPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Between me and my SaviorP. P. Bliss (Author)3
Blessed words of Jesus we havePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Brightly beams our Father's mercyPhilip P. Bliss, 1838-1876 (Author)466
By the wayside, near the cityPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
By their fruits ye shall knowPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Charms in choral numbersPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Ĉiam obeantaj al la Di-komand'Philip Paul Bliss (Author)2
Ĉiu ajn bonvenaPhilip Paul Bliss (Author)2
Come brethren, as we march alongP. P. Bliss (Author)3
Come sing the gospel's joyful soundPhilip P. Bliss (Author)11
Constrained by love of Christ, I singP. P. Bliss (Author)3
¡Cuánto me alegra que nuestro SeñorP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Cut it down, cut it downP. P. B. (Author)4
Dare to be a Daniel, Dare to stand alonePhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Dare to be a MosesPhilip P. Bliss (Author (st. 3))2
Day by day we saw her fallingPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
De la libre, Dicha indeciblePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Dem heiligen Geiste, der gnädig dich straftPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Den kj're Frelser, Paa Taalmod rigPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Do you see the Hebrew captive kneelingP. P. Bliss (Author)10
Down life's dark vale we wanderPhilip P. Bliss (Author)40
Earnestly the ruler on the Lord did callPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Een Frelse blot, som bydesPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Efa akaiky Jeso TompoP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Efa tonga aty izaoP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Einst lagen die Menschen in Dunkel gehülltPhilip P. Bliss (Author)6
El mundo perdido en pecado se vioPhilip Bliss (Author)1
El varón de gran dolorPhilip Bliss (Author)3
Es promesa de Dios a los fieles salvarPhilip Bliss (Author)2
Evigt strålar faderns kärlekP. P. B. (Author)2
Up and away, like the dew of the morningPhilip P. Bliss (Author)17
Fad'rens Naade herligt straalerPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Far, far away from my loving FatherPhilip P. Bliss (Author)14
Fast überredet, Christo zu nah'nPhilip P. Bliss (Author)6
Fast ueberredet, kr'ftiges WortPhilip P. Bliss (Author)6
Fel, barátim, drága Jézus Zászlaja alatt!Philip P. Bliss (Author)2
Fortæl den sandhed om igjenP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Free from the law, O happy conditionPhilip P. Bliss, 1838-1876 (Author)86
Frei vom Gesetz, o glückliches LebenPhilip P. Bliss (Author)5
Frei vom Gesetz, O seliges LebenPhilip P. Bliss (Author)5
Frei von dem Fluch spricht Jesus mich ArmenPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Frigjort fra Loven, Frelse er fundenPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
From the Mount of Olives descendingPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Gjennem Dalen, fuld af SkyggerPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Gjentag det Budskab ofte retPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Glaubest du am Gott den HerrenPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
God is always near me, hearing what I sayPhilip P. Bliss (Author)35
God of wisdom, hear my cryP. P. Bliss (Author)5
Good cheer, good cheer, For a happy New YearPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Gott verheisst dir im Worte ein völliges HeilPhilip P. Bliss (Author)4
Gottessohn, der SchmerzensmannPhilip P. Bliss (Author)4
Gud har lovet at givePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Guds Aand vil nu, SynderPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
哈利路亞,“祂已復活!”基督已經高天升 (Hā lì lù yà,“tā yǐ fùhuó!” Jīdū yǐjīng gāotiānshēng)Philip P. Bliss (Author)2
Hail, happy morning, hail holy dayPhilip P. Bliss (Author)5
Håll dig fast vid ordets grundP. P. B. (Author)2
Hallelujah, he is risen. Jesus is gone up on highPhilip P. Bliss (Author)5
Hand and foot are wearyP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Hark, I hear the captain callingPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Hark, on the shore of Immanuel's landPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Hark, the alarm, the clang of the bellsP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Hat dir Gott die Schuld verzieh'n?P. P. Bliss (Author)2
Have you on the Lord believed?Philip P. Bliss (Author)17
He was there alone, when even had round the earthP.P. Bliss (Author)1
Hear the blessed Savior say, Follow mePhilip P. Bliss (Author)5
Hear the gospel invitation, Come, come and seeP. P. Bliss (Author)5
Hear the music of the rain falling downPhilip P. Bliss (Author)6
Hear the words our Savior hath spokenP. P. Bliss (Author)14
Hear ye the glad good news from heavenP. P. Bliss (Author)6
Help me to sing, Savior and kingPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Ho, come, welcome yePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Ho, my comrades! see the signal, Waving in the sky!Philip P. Bliss (Author)112
Homem de tristeza e dorPhilip P. Bliss (Composer)2
Honra al hombre de valor, Pronto a obedecerPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
How much owest thou? How much owest thou?P. P. Bliss (Author)4
Hvar och en som hor [vill], o ljufliga ordPhilip P. Bliss (Author)6
Hvo, som teerster, raabe, Vand er nu herPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
I am so glad that Jesus loves mePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
I am so glad that our Father in HeavenPhilip P. Bliss, 1838-1876 (Author)321
I do believe that Jesus diedP. P. Bliss (Author)4
I know not the hour when my Lord will comeP. P. Bliss (Author)26
I know not what awaits me, God kindly veils mine eyesP. P. B. (Arranger)5
I may not know all the melodiesPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
I should like to die, said WilliePhilip P. Bliss (Author)10
I ungdomsaar, i sorgloes dagPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
I will sing of my Redeemer And his wondrous love for mePhilip P. Bliss (Author)257
Ich bin so froh, dass der Herr, der mich liebtPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Ich bin so froh, dass der Vater im LichtPhilip P. Bliss (Author)4
Ich bin so froh fuer den Trost, den Gott gibtPhilip P. Bliss (Author)6
Ich weiss nicht die Stunde, wenn Jesus erscheintPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Ich will von meinem Jesus singenPhilip P. Bliss (Author)6
I'm a little soldier boyPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Im Erdenthal wir wandern, Bis Jesus kommtPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
I'm thinking what a pleasant thingPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
In me ye may have peacePhilip P. Bliss (Author)4
In the garden boldlyPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
In Zion's rock abidingPhilip P. Bliss (Author)7
Is it safePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
It was midnight in the valleyP. P. Bliss (Author)5
I've heard the good news in the gospelP. P. Bliss (Author)4
Jag är så glad, att mig Gud håller kärP. P. B. (Author)3
Jesus loves me, I'm his childPhilip P. Bliss (Author)5
Jesus, Savior, to thy sideP. P. Bliss (Author)7
Justice. Cut it down, cut it downPhilip P. Bliss, 1838-1876 (Author)2
Kampfgenossen, seht das ZeichenPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Kom syng det glade Budeskabs LydPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Kommt, singt des Evangeliums SchallPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Ku'u pule no keiaPhilip P. Bliss, 1838-1876 (Author)3
La nuit aura bient(t disparuPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Lang' irrt' ich im Dunkel der Sünder umherP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Lavt ved Jesu FoedderPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Leuchtend strahlt des Vaters GnadePhilipp Bliss, 1838-1876 (Author)2
Libres estamos, Dios nos absuelvePhilip Bliss (Author)3
Licht strahlt durch's Dunkel, SchifferPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Lichthell strahlt des ew'gen GnadePhilip P. Bliss (Author)4
Lichthell strahlt des Meister's GnadeP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Light in the darkness sailor, day is at hand!P. P. Bliss (Author)21
Little eyes, looking wisePhilip P. Bliss (Author)5
Little red bird in the treePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Look not thou upon the winePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Look to Jesus weary one, Look and live, look and liveP. P. B. (Author)7
Look unto me and be ye saved, I heard the Just One sayP. P. Bliss (Author)4
Lysglimt i moerket, brodre, frygt nu ej merPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
"Man of sorrows," what a namePhilip P. Bliss (Author)262
March to the battlefieldPhilip P. Bliss (Author)9
Más santidad dame, Más odio al malPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Más santidad damePhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Massa Jesus, in the valleyPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Mba omeo ahyP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Mehr Frömmigkeit gieb mirPhilip P. Bliss (Author)4
Mele au no ku'u HoolaPhilip P. Bliss 1836 1876 (Author)3
Mer Helighed giv migPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Mer helighet gif migPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Merry, merry Christmas, Merry, merry ChristmasPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
More holiness give mePhilip P. Bliss, 1838-1876 (Author)117
Mourn, yes mourn, But not for her at restPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Mut, ihr Brueder, Schaut die Zelchen auf der BergePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
My fears arise, and clouds obscure my wayP. P. Bliss (Author)5
My Refuge strong when threatenedPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
My Savior, how I long to be at home with theeP. P. Bliss (Author)1
Næsten bevægetP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Naught to charges falsePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Near the healing pool, BethesdaPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Night had fallen on the cityP. P. Bliss (Author)8
N'stan en kristen, 'n har jag tidPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
N'sten en Kristen, godt er Guds ordPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Nu er min trældom endt, Jesus er min!P. P. Bliss (Author)2
¡Oh, cantádmelas otra vez!Philip P. Bliss (Author)5
O Jerusalem the golden, city bright and fairPhilip P. Bliss (Author)4
O nur als Wassentr'ger stehe ich hier, WartendPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
O the day of life is chosingP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Oemt den gode HyrdePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
O how happy are we who in Jesus agreePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
O render thanks to God aboveP. P. B. (Author)1
O the best friend to have is JesusP. P. B. (Author)1
Oli no au i ka Haku IesuP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Oli no au i ka Haku IesuPhilip P. Bliss, 1838-1876 (Author)2
On what foundation do you buildP. P. Bliss (Author)5
Once more with mournful stepPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
One offer of salvation to all the world make knownP. P. Bliss (Author)8
Only a few more yearsP. P. B. (Author)10
Only a little child, Pause notPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Only an armor-bearer, proudly I standP. P. Bliss (Author)16
Op nu Stridsm'nd, se SignaletPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Over the river of death, into the silent landPhilip P. Bliss (Author)5
Over yonder, over yonderPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Pr'chtig strahlt des Meister GnadePhilip P. Bliss (Author)8
Prächtig strahlt des Meisters GnadePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Press forward press forward to the prizePhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Repeat the story o'er and o'erP. P. B. (Author)49
Right welcome, friends, and herePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
RTpTtez-les moi tous les joursPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Saa tryg paa Zions KlippePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Sabes donde hay una fuente puraPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Sailor though the darkness gathersPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
See the gentle Shepherd standingPhilip P. Bliss (Author)14
Seht ihr nicht die Banner glänzenPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Seht, wie Jesu GnadenfeuerPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Ser du Daniel, som faller nederPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Ser du hast hin Hebr''r Fange kn'lePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Sieh' wie einst im fremden LandPhilip P. Bliss (Author)6
Siehst du den Gesang'nen betend knieenPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Sing, my soul, from bondage freeP. P. Bliss (Author)6
Sing them over again to me, Wonderful words of lifePhilip P. Bliss (Author)484
Singe mir es noch einmal vorPhilip P. Bliss (Author)4
Singe sie wiederholend mirPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Sjung, o sjung dem igen foer migPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Skulden 'r g'ldad, segren 'r vunnenPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Smertens Mand, Hvad Navn at naaPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Sometimes our work seems wastedPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Somewhere, says a mother, my darling is dwellingP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Sowing the seed by the daylight fairP. P. Bliss (Author)3
Spirit divine, Spirit divine, Be thou the day starPhilip P. Bliss (Author)4
Stand still, and trust his mightP. P. Bliss (Author)1
Standing by a purpose truePhilip P. Bliss (Author)108
Store løfter Gud har givetP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Syng dem atter igjen for migPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
¿Te sientes casi resuelto ya?Philip P. Bliss (Author)3
Tenderly the Shepherd, o'er the mountains coldP. P. Bliss (Author)20
The fields are white, 'tis harvest timeP. P. Bliss (Author)7
The loving Savior stands patientlyPhilip P. Bliss (Author)1
The Sabbath day--sweet day of rest--Philip P. Bliss, 1838-1876 (Author)2
The Spirit O sinner in mercy doth moveP. P. Bliss (Author)10
The temperance ship is sailingPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
The whole world was lost in the darkness of sinPhilip P. Bliss (Author)155
There are angels hovering roundPhilip P. Bliss (Author)1
There comes to my heart one sweet strainP. P. B. (Author)1
There is a love, true lovePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
There is love, true love, and heartsPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
There is love, true love, and the heart growsPhilip P. Bliss (Author)6
There is sin in the camp, there is treason todayPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
There's sin in the camp, there is treason todayP. P. Bliss (Author)3
Thine, Jesus, thine, No more this heart of minePhilip Paul Bliss (Author)1
This loving Savior Stands patientlyP. P. Bliss (Author)16
Though the way be sometimes drearyP. P. B. (Author)3
Though the way seems lonePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Through the crowded streets of JerichoPhilip P. Bliss (Author)8
Through the valley of the shadow I must goPhilip P. Bliss (Author)13
Ti meand, spedalske, langt borte staa derPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
'Tis a rule in the landPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
'Tis known on earth and heaven tooP. P. Bliss (Author)16
'Tis the promise of God, full salvation to giveP. P. B. (Author)113
'Tis winter, and ye by your firePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
"To die is gain"P. P. B. (Author)2
Ua puni ke ao i ka pouli ePhilip P. Bliss, 1838-1876 (Author)3
Ueber Felsenpfade eitl der guter HirtPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Ved et godt Forf't fast staaPhilip P. Bliss (Author)1
Vi gaa i Oerknens TaagePhilip P. Bliss (Author)1
Vi stemmer i en frydesangP. P. B. (Author)2
Victory, victory, hear the angelPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Von meinem Jesu will ich singenPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Voyez l'Ttendard cTlestePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Wait in Jerusalem togetherPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Wandering afar from the dwellings of menP. P. Bliss (Author)5
We are marching onward, In our calling highPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
We are marching to Canaan (Bliss)Philip P. Bliss (Author)2
We love him though his friendly handPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Weary gleaner, whence comest thouP. P. Bliss (Author)13
Welcome, sweet sunshine, thy brightPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Welcome, welcome, welcome, Messengers of loveP. P. Bliss (Author)2
Wer da will, der kommePhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
Wer nur immer hoert den Ruf unsers HerrnPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
We're going home, no more to roamP. P. Bliss (Author)1
What did the angel to the shepherdsPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
What do the beautiful roses sayPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
What sound is this? a song to heaven resoundingP. P. Bliss (Author)1
What wilt thou have me to do, dear LordP. P. Bliss (Author)5
When my weary hands are foldedP. P. Bliss (Author)4
When on the cross the Savior died, Then He remembered meP. P. B. (Author)2
When peace, like a river, attendeth my wayPhilip Paul Bliss (Author)2
When the chosen race forsookPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Where is now our loved onePhilip P. Bliss (Author)4
While the silvery moonbeams fallPhilip P. Bliss (Author)3
"Whosoever heareth" shout, shout the sound!Philip P. Bliss, 1838-1876 (Author)249
Why should I wait, I cannot fleePhilip P. Bliss (Author)7
Will you meet me at the fountain When I reach the glory-landP. P. Bliss (Author)3
Work for the master workPhilip P. Bliss (Author)5
Work for your Master, work while you mayPhilip P. Bliss (Author)5
Yes, Jesus loves mePhilip P. Bliss (Author)2
Zu dem Fuessen Jesu, sass Maria gernPhilip P. Bliss (Author)2

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